Signs of New Growth in the Forest Fire Debate? by Dana Joel Gattuso

"If we had done all the thinning we wanted to over the years, we could have kept this fire from exploding, and we could have saved the towns it burned through." - Kate Klein, Forest Ranger, Smithsonian, August 2003 Catastrophic ...
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